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mysteriously goes off in the research building. people rush out. annie le is never seen again. bombshell tonight. at nearly the exact hour, annie le set to walk down the aisle, wedding dress purchased, tailored, flowers ordered. the girl's body is found stuffed in the wall there in the yale university research building. bloody clothes found high over investigators' heads, up above ceiling tiles. investigators refusing to release the cause of death, with a community and a university reeling, a family grieving and a young groom at the alter with a broken heart. tonight, who murdered 24-year-old annie le? stuffing her body in a wall of her yale research building? >> connecticut state police, western district major crime squad located the remains of a human secured within a wall inside the building at number ten street. >> a grad student. the body's found hidden behind a basement wall and blood-stained clothing. we learn the body has been positively identified. >> confirmation just came moments ago. police found her body in the basement of that building behind a wall. same day she was to hav
in the death of annie le. raymond clark sits behind bars @ accused of strangling a bride to be. who is this guy? what kind of a relationship did he have with annie le? >>> plus new developments surrounding casey anthony. two new people set to be grilled in her first degree murder case. her brother lee's girlfriend and a private investigator who worked for the anthony family. a little girl's dead, and they may have inside knowledge. what did they know? love to hear from you. call in on these topics, 1-877-tell-hln. e-mail at cnn.com/primenews or text us at hlntv. start the text with the word "prime." >>> welcome. this is "prime news." i'm mike galanos. first, a story we've been covering for you on a daily basis. just moments ago a jury in louisville, kentucky, announced its decision in the trial of a high school football coach charged in the death of one of his players. the charge, not guilty on both counts 37 the two charges reckless homicide and wanton endangerment. two years ago 15-year-old max gilpin collapsed and died. collapsed in a very intense practice on a hot august day. the emotional
of annie le as she walks into a yale research facility, but then she vanishes without a trace in broad daylight. her cell phone, purse, money and other personal belongings left behind. with the bride to be set to walk down the aisle for a dream wedding in less than 48 hours, where is 24-year-old annie le? >> she just brings her yale i.d. card and then goes into the laboratory, and surveillance video shows her going into a laboratory and does not show her leaving. it still seems to be a mystery. >> there are search dogs going down that sidewalk right now. originally police said no sign of foul play, but now the search certainly intensifying. just moments ago they began going through the garbage behind this building, looking for any clue to the whereabouts of this yale student who disappeared days before her wedding. >> eyewitness news has learned there was a fire alarm, so that's why her belongings may have been left inside. the fbi and state police are now assisting yale. >> investigators are searching through the nearby trash bins trying to get some clues. state police with bloodhound
mysteriously goes off in the building. people rush out. and annie le is never seen again. at nearly the exact hour, le's set to walk down the aisle, wedding dress on a hanger in the closet, flowers ordered, the girls's body found stuffed in a two-foot wall cable space. there at yale's research building. bloody clothes found high over investigator's heads behind ceiling tiles. bombshell, tonight, in the early-morning hours police storm a super 8 motel. 30 miles away to arrest 24-year-old yale lab technician, raymond clark on murder one. clark, under police surveillance 24/7 for days. in the late-night hours, connecticut police open the crime lab for emergency dna tests. and within hours the arrest goes down. in the last hours, clark brought in full shackled to a new haven courtroom. there, according to a hearing including a reading outloud, a formal murder charges. tonight, we confirm key card swipes placing clark at the crime scene just before and after le last seen alive. revealing he goes in and out of that lab no less than ten times. clark seeming his work days cleaning cages the house exp
in the building. people rush out. annie le is never seen again. at nearly the exact hour le is set to walk down the aisle, wedding dress on the hangar in the closet, the girl's body is found stuffed in a wall there in a yale university research building. bloody clothes found high over investigators' heads hidden beneath ceiling tiles. bombshell tonight. reports today le's killer is not a student. but then it's retracted. why? if it is known the killer is not a student, do we know who is the killer? and if so, why no arrest? while investigators say they've narrowed the pool of suspects, the state medical examiner backs down from a promise to reveal the cause of death. why? and tonight is the crime scene compromised -- ruined for trial or any real evidentiary person. a dead body stuffed behind a wall was not sealed for five full days. an evidence nightmare. with a community and university reeling, a family grieving, and a young groom left at the altar with a broken heart, tonight all indicators a yale insider with full access to the crime scene and intimate knowledge of the building murdered, 24-
's progressive. call or click today. >>> it's now clear whooi why no one had seen annie le leaving this medical research building last tuesday. she was trapped inside. her body found hidden inside a basement wall. the 24-year-old grad student often worked in a basement lab, performing experiments. she was majoring in pharmacology. le was last seen entering the building tuesday, her image captured on security cameras. no one saw her coming out and investigators had been reviewing videos frame by frame and poring over blueprints. then a law enforcement says they found bloodstained clothes inside some ceiling tiles. investigators also searching through a recycling plant in hartford, about 40 miles away. they were looking through garbage hauled there from yale. police called it routine. the main focus is the building were le was apparently murdered. >> detectives and investigators right now have a large amount of physical evidence at the scene that we're going through to determine if it's linked to this case or not. >> straight back to rupa mikely nayny, standing by there in new haven. rupa, you ju
mysteriously goes off in the building. people rush out. annie le is never seen again. >>> and nearly the exact hour, le is set to walk down the aisle, wedding dress on a hanger in the closet, flowers ordered, the girl's body found stuffed in a two-foot wall cable space there at yale's research building. bloody clothes found high over investigators' heads behind ceiling tiles. in the early morning hours, police storm a super 8 motel to arrest 24-year-old yale lab tech raymond clark on murder one. bombshell tonight -- we confirm lab tech raymond clark spotted frantically trying to clean his own cleaning equipment, bottles, a lab cart. now we know clark was allegedly trying to clean away le's blood. stunning lab results reportedly place clark and le's dna both in that 24-inch wall space. her blood on his boots. his dna on her body. waiting tonight to determine whether it's blood or sperm. we also confirm clark's favorite signature green ink pen found lodged in a crevice in the basement where le's body concealed. he even allegedly went back to retrieve it. when asked on a polygraph, do you know wh
the 24-year-old lab tech accused of murdering annie le. raymond clark was living two lives. some say he was friendly and nice. others describe a darker side to this accused killer. neighbors say he controlled his fiance and an ex-girlfriend claim he's once forced her to have sex with him against her will. although charges were never filed. co-workers say clark took his job very seriously. sources reportedly say he complained that le had left several cages dirty. could this have led to annie le's murder? did he see himself as lord of the lab. >>> and a story about being gang raped. she now finds herself under the hot lights of the media. now it's her turn to be scrutinized. so why were prosecutors trying to protect her identity after plastering pictures and names of the accused rapist all over the media? >>> plus, brace yourself for the very first look inside phillip garrido's house of horrors. more than 100 new pictures were just released of this disgusting hell hole. it's a firsthand look at what police say was jaycee dugard's nightmare. the house is a complete dump. garbage everywhere
of raymond clark. the yale lab technician police say strangled ivy league bride to be annie le. closing in on a killer, surveillance footage, security swipe cards, nearly 300 pieces of evidence and the suspect's dna sample. tonight, how police broke this case wide open. >>> and an innocent man condemned? a house fire leaves three little girls dead and their father sentenced to die for their murders. but now modern science reveals deep flaws in the conviction. was this man wrongly executed? it's a "nightline" investigation. captions paid for by abc, inc. >>> tonight on "nightline," anatomy of an arrest. inside the frantic 48 hours leading to the arrest of raymond clark. the yale lab technician police say strangled ivy league bride to be annie le. closing in on a killer, surveillance footage, security swipe cards, nly 300 pieces >>> good evening, i'm terry moran. we begin tonight with the big break in the investigation of the murder of yale graduate student and bride to be annie le. the arrest of lab technician raymond clark early this morning. it came after a frenzy of evidence collectio
as a person of interest in the grisly murder of yale graduate student annie le. tonight, he's in custody. >>> ivy league's horror. it is a crime that has shocked a campus and community. after the body of a missing brilliant bride to be is found hidden inside a laboratory wall. we'll have the latest. >>> streets of philadelphia. we're on the beat as the police try to reclaim the city of brotherly love from violent crime driven by crimes and drugs. so will it work? captions paid for by abc, inc. >>> good evening, everyone. i'm terry moran. we begin tonight with new details in the murder of yale graduate student annie le. police late tonight confirmed the identity of a man they say is a person of interest in her killing. this grim mystery began with an ivy league bride to be missing just days before her wedding. then a frantic search for a killer after the discovery sunday of her body hidden in a campus lab. and now, new information and questions about a lab technician working in the same building. sharyn alfonsi is at the new haven police headquarters tonight. >> well, the new haven police
mysteriously goes off in the building. people rush out. annie le is never seen again. at nearly the exact hour le is set to walk down the aisle, wedding dress on the hanger in the clods debt, flowers ordered, the girl's body found stuffed in a wall, there in a yale university research building. bloody clothes found high over investigators' heads. hidden behind ceiling tiles. bombshell tonight. in the last hours, police storm the tiny apartment of a 24-year-old yale lab technician. raymond clark. clark, in handcuffs, escorted to police headquarters for questioning. spends his workdays in the research basement cleaning cages. cages that house experimental mice. multiple search warrants, 250 pieces of evidence, dna samples, clark's ford mustang, all seized as evidence. as we go to air, we learn le's official cause of death. traumatic asphyxiation due to neck compression. le brutally strangled to death, but tonight, 24-year-old raymond clark walks free from police headquarters. that's right. he is free. free to go back to the tiny apartment he shares with his fiancee and three cats. why? with a co
that building. and annie le was last seen entering this building at 10:00 on tuesday morning. what hasn't been determined yet, officials haven't been able to find an image of her exiting that building. and that is what they are still looking for, going through frames of surveillance video. yale says about 100 law enforcement officers are now involved in this investigation. that includes local, state, and federal. of course the fbi was brought in yesterday, and now there is a $10,000 reward for information being offered by yale university. a spokesman is also saying there is still no evidence at this time about foul play. and a yale spokesman is also saying -- i asked him about the fiance and yale has said that he has been assisting law enforcement with this investigation along with people here on the campus including professors, colleagues, and friends. but overall, jean, throughout the day everyone has been pretty tight-lipped with the information coming out of yale. >> and this is a missing persons investigation, which is interesting. mary, how many law enforcement agencies are involved now?
examiner says annie le was strangled. a lab technician who works in the building where her body was found held for questioning and release. will dna evidence link him to the crime. >>> police are swarming the home of a convicted rapist turning it upside down phillip garrido and his wife accused of kidnapping jaycee dugard, linked to other missing children? this hour, we'll talk to a mom clinging to hope for 21 years. as always, we'll take your phone calls, love hearing from you 1-877-tell-hln. e-mail at cnn.com/primenews or send us a text, as well. just start your message with the word "prime" your chance to be heard. >> controversy, opinion, your point of news. this is "prime news." >> welcome this is "prime news." big news as police investigate the murder of yale grad student annie le, a lab technician has been questioned in the case his apartment searched overnight. the guy's name is raymond clark iii, 24, engaged to another lab tech, taken into custody last night. the cops took a dna sample from him and let him go. also new today, we know how annie died. the medical examiner says she
>>> we are learning more about the 24-year-old lab tech accused of brutally murdering annie le. it appears raymond clark was living two lives. some say he was friendly and nice, but others describe a darker side to the accused killer. neighbors say he controlled his fiancee. and an ex-girlfriend reportedly claims he once forced her to have sex against her will, though charges were never filed. co-workers say clark took his job very seriously. and sources reportedly say he complained that le had left several lab cages dirty. could this have led to annie le's murder? did custodial clark see himself as lord of the lab? turning the tables on the liar. the hofstra coed who made up the story to being gang raped now finds herself under the hot lights of the media. she railroaded these young men with a fictitious tale of gang rape. now it's her turn to be skrut nized. why were prosecutors trying to protect her identity after plastering pictures and the names of the accused rapists all over the media. >>> brace yourself, for the very first look inside phillip garrido's house of horrors.
in the building. people rush out. and annie le is never seen again. at nearly the exact hour, le set to walk down the aisle, wedding dress on a hanger in the closet, flowers ordered, the girl's body found stuffed in a two-foot wall space. there at yale's research building. bloody clothes found high over investigators' heads behind ceiling tiles. bombshell tonight. in the early morning hours, police storm a super8 motel 30 miles away to arrest 24-year-old yale lab technician raymond clark on murder i. clark, under police surveillance 24/7 for days in the late-night hours. connecticut police opened the crime lab for emergency dna tests and, within hours, the arrest goes down. in the last hours, clark brought in full shackles to a new haven courtroom. there, for a hearing, including a reading, out loud, of formal murder charges. tonight, we confirm key card swipes placing clark at the crime scene just before and after le is last seen alive. revealing, he goes in and out of that lab, no less than ten times. clark spending his work days cleaning cages that house experimental mice. in play tonight, mul
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in the death of annie le. raymond clark, iii, now sits behind bars accused of strangling a bride-to-be. who is this guy? what kind of a relationship did he have with annie le? plus, new developments surrounding casey anthony. two new people set to be grilled in her first degree murder place. her brother lee's girlfriend and a private investigator who worked for the anthony family. a little girl's dead and they may have inside knowledge. what did they know? love to hear from you. call in on these topics 1-877-tell-hln. e-mail cnn.com/primenews or text us. just start your message with the word "prime" your chance to be heard. >> controversy, opinion, your point of view. this is "prime news." >>> welcome this is "prime news." i'm mike galanos. first breaking news a story we've covered on a daily basis. moments ago a jury in louisville, kentucky announced its decision in the trial of a high school football coach charged in the death of one of his players. the verdict, not guilty on both counts. the two counts reckless homicide and wanton endangerment. over a year ago 15-year-old max gilpin coll
was last seen. now annie le's desperate family waits for word on what should have been her wedding day. >>> she's out. serena williams bounced from the u.s. open. after a tirade against a line judge causes her to lose a critical point and match. what did she say? >>> lucky number. a baby comes into the word on 09/09/09. triingly enough, that's only half the story. find out why her parents have truly incredible timing "today," sunday, september 13th, 2009. captions paid for by nbc-universal television >>> welcome to "today" on this sunday morning. i'm jenna wolfe. >> i'm carl quintanilla sitting in for lester holt this morning. good to see you. >> good to see you, too. did you watch that match last night? >> it's unbelievable. >> we haven't had a good john mcenroe moment in a couple years until serena went off last night. >> after being called out on a foot foul on a second serve. she was trying to stage a comeback. look at this language. she's talking to the lines judge which cost her the match. this was serious stuff. she's not apologized. >> the stakes were high. that was match point
-worker of a murdered yale student annie le is behind bars charged in her death. good evening, i'm terry owens. raymond clark iii had his first appearance before a judge today. police called the murder an act of workplace violence and they say their case against clark is just getting started. here's abc's aaron kutursky. >> all right, this is number 15, raymond clark. >> reporter: once a high school athlete raymond clark iii now an accused murderer being held on $3 million bond. >> it's obviously a very serious case. >> reporter: he appeared in court after police arrested him at a connecticut motel. >> very peaceful. as far as that goes -- he was cooperative. >> reporter: police had followed clark's every move in the days after annie le's strangling death. they moved in after comparing his dna to bloody surgical gloves and other items found at the lab where he and le both worked. >> we don't have any other suspects at this time. we have a lot of evidence. we still have to analyze it. literally hundreds of pieces of evidence to go to the lab. >> reporter: on the yale campus the arrest comes as a relie
has been missing since last week. she was 24-year-old annie le, last seen entering a lab building on campus tuesday of last week. here is a surveillance picture taken that morning. police say she entered the building, but nobody and no cameras saw her leave, and investigators tell us a body they found stuffed in a wall in the basement of that building they believe to be hers. it has not been positively identified, so they cannot say for sure, but police are treating the disappearance as a homicide. cops found the body at yale's medical complex in new haven, about a mile or so from campus. police have been pretty tight- lipped, but this morning, le's former roommate spoke about who might be responsible. >> the only thing i can possibly think of right now, maybe a psychopath. and antisocial person who -- i don't know -- maybe got upset about what she wrote about in february. shepard: in february, le a magazine article titled "crime and safety in new haven." some networks are reporting a suspect has been identified, but we are hearing otherwise from police. >> police are denying thos
about the 24-year-old lab tech accused of brutally murdering annie le. it seems clark was living two lives. some say he was friendly and nice but others describe a darker side to this accused killer. neighbors say he controlled his fiancee and an ex-girlfriend claimed he once forced her to have sex against her will, although charges were never filed. meanwhile, co-workers say clark took his job very seriously. and sources reportedly say he complained that le left several lab cages dirty. could this have led to annie le's murder? could custodial clark see himself as lord of the lab? and turning the tables on a liar. the hofstra coed who made up a story about being gang raped now finds herself under the hot lights of the media. she railroaded these young men with a fictitious tale of gang rape. why were prosecutors trying to protect her identity after plastering pictures and names of the accused rapist all over the media? >>> plus, brace yourself for the very first look inside phillip garrido's house of horrors. more than 100 new pictures were just released of this disgusting hellhole.
he complained that le had left several lab cages dirty. could this have led to annie le's murder? did custodial clark see himself as lord of a lab? >>> the hofstra co-ed who claims to be gang raped finds herself under the hot lights of the media. now it's her turn to be scrutinized. so why were prosecutors trying to protect her identity? after plastering pictures and names of the accused rapist all over the media. >>> brace yourself for the very first look inside phillip garrido's house of horrors. new pictures released of this disgusting hell hole. it's a firsthand look at what police say was jaycee dugard's nightmare. the house is a complete dump. garbage everywhere. what insight does this give us into the sick mind of a rapist and accused kidnapper? >>> "issues" starts now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> insight into the horrific murder of annie le. take a look at this. the new york daily news reporting a trail of shocking physical evidence against raymond clark iii who was charged with punching and then strangling annie le. the daily news reports state dna tests prove,
of yale university grad student annie le. raymond clark has been charged with le's murder. >> he's being held in a maximum security facility in connecticut. day muir looks at how police crashed the case. >> before the sun came up this morning, unmarked cars had surrounded this motel 8 in cromwell, connecticut. all gathered here waiting for word from new haven's police chae. they knew the arrest warrant was coming for raymond clark iii. authorities got the green light shortly after 8 this morning. immediately barcades went up on the highway in front of the motel and a tem of fbi raced up the back stairs straight to room 21. there they found raymond clark in a white shirt, tan pants and soon he was wearing handcuffs. he was brought into the new haven police department. >> enjoy jail. >> a few minutes ago raymond clark iii was arrested at a motel in cromwell,coecticut. >> reporter: and he was arraigned in court in the murder of annie le. when asked if his rights h had been reato him, he said clearly "yes." the surveillance began not long after annie le's body was discovered hidden behind
vigil will be held tonight for the disappeared student, annie le, and the case has turned into a homicide case after a body was found on the keogh campus. >> a sunday wedding it was supposed to be marked by happen this ended in tragedy when police found the body of who they believe to be annie le. >> we are assuming that it is her at this time. >> the laboratory where she was last seen was where the body was found. surveillance cameras captured her entering on tuesday morning. there were no pictures of her leaving. authorities continued to analyze the evidence, including the bloody clothing found in the ceiling. >> items that could potentially be evidence have been seized. none have yet been associated with annie le. >> 40 miles away from the crime scene the investigation continues, wher waste for the laboratory is usually taken. >> a large amount of physical evidence is not being released at this time, we have an ongoing homicide case. >> the president of the school reached out to the family and community. >> looking at the internet, looking at what had happened, just to
student, annie le. last night, hundreds of people assembled for a candlelight vigil. jim dolan of new york station wabc reports from new haven. ♪ >> reporter: a sea of grief on the yale campus, where students came together to mourn the death, a brutal, violent murder of one of their own. natalie powers was annie le's roommate. >> she was as good a human being as you'd ever hope to meet. she was always kind, generous, honest. oh. caring. and the list just keeps going. >> reporter: annie le was just 24 years old. the pharmacology student at yale. five days ago, she disappeared. her body was found in a campus building only accessible to university employees. >> it's also so very frightening to think in our safe community, something like this could happen. >> reporter: in silence, the students stood, trying to bring light to the darkness. and meaning to the senseless. >> that this horrible tragedy happened at all, is incomprehensible. but that it happened to her, i think is infinitely more so. >> again, that was jim dolan reporting. police don't believe a fellow student was involved in le's
. annie le is never seen again. and nearly the exact hour le set to walk down the aisle, wedding dress on a hanger in the closet, flowers ordered, the girl's body found stuffed in a two-foot wall cable space there in yale's research building. bloody clothes found high over investigators' heads behind ceiling tiles. in the early morning hours, police storm a super 8 motel to arrest 24-year-old yale lab tech raymond clark on murder one. bombshell tonight -- we confirm lab tech raymond clark spotted frantically trying to clean his own cleaning equipment, bottles, a lab cart. now we know clark was allegedly trying to clean away le's blood. stunning lab results reportedly place clark and le's dna both in that 24-inch wall space. her blood on his boots. his dna on her body. waiting tonight to determine whether it's blood or sperm. we also confirm clark's favorite signature green ink pen found lodged in a crevice in the basement where le's body concealed. he even allegedly went back to retrieve it. when asked on a polygraph, do you know where le is now? the alleged control freak's answer went
-old annie le? >> police looking for any clue to the whereabouts of this yale student who disappeared days before her wedding. the search for annie le seems to be intensifying. fbi agents and state police search dogs enter the building where she was last seen in an effort to find the 24-year-old yale medical student. and just moments ago, they began going through the garbage behind this building. fbi agents also spent time inside her new haven apartment. >> this surveillance photo is the last time anybody has seen le. friends say she was on her way to the lab on amistad street in new haven. co-workers say she just vanished leaving behind all of her belongings and her future husband. >> she left her pocketbook, her cell, everything in the lab. she's getting married sunday. her fiancee hasn't heard from her. so everybody's pretty worried. pretty scared. >> good evening. i'm nancy grace. i want to thank you for being with us. breaking news, girlfriend, turned new stepmom, misty croslin's own father doubts her story about the night haleigh disappears. stating plainly, she may very well have le
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a body found hidden in a wall of a lab building is probably 24-year-old annie le. they made the grisly discovery yesterday in has was supposed to be her wedding day. a candlelight vigil will be held on campus tonight, as susan candiotti reports, a lot of people are asking, who did this and why? >> reporter: it's not clear why. no one has seeneny le leaving this medical research building leaving last tuesday. apparently she was trapped inside. her body found sunday night hidden inside a basement wall. >> hasn't been positively identified as of this time, however, we're assuming it is her. >> reporter: the 24 grad students often worked in a basement lab performing experiments. she was majoring in pharmacology. last seen entering the building tuesday. her image captured on security cameras. no one saw her coming out and investigators had been reviewing videos frame by frame and poring over blueprints. then a law enforcement says they found blood-stained clothes inside some ceiling tiles saturday. the new haven register reports they're different than the one le was seen wearing on camera.
of lab student annie le. we have the latest developments. >>> former president jimmy carter blames racism for some of the intense animosity against president obama. do you agree? >>> and -- >> it's not really scary. it's exciting. i wouldn't call it scary. >> a high school cheerleader faces off with that ten foot 353-pound alligator in south carolina. wait until you hear what happened. >>> i'mry shill carry. welcome to mhln. investigators are testing the dna of a lab instructor to see if he is linked to the killing of grad student annie le. they questioned raymond clark last night. they searched his apartment. >> reporter: no one came to the door when eyewitness news cameras arrived. the man who lives in this company, number 1-a,is ray clark. he apparently lives here with his girlfriend. the manager of the apartment complex tells us no one has seen him since thursday. although undercover new haven detectives have been closely watching his apartment ever since yesterday. >> it's very nerve-racking because the detectives are here and our kids are her and they haven't told us anything that's
here are the questions we want answered. an arrest in the killing of yale grad student annie le. the mystery is far from solved. who was the suspect? why do police believe he was driven to murder? >> not about university crime. it's not about domestic crime. it's an issue of workplace violence. >> the latest development tonight in this bizarre ivy league tragedy. sfwlimpl plus, angry protesting as president obama leads to something much worse. the speaker of the house sounds the alarm. >> you know, late 1970s from san francisco. this kind of rhetoric is very frightening, and it is -- >> reporter: meanwhile, the white house trying to turn the page from stories of racism. >> an unavoidable subject for the first african-american president. could it sidetrack his agenda? also tonight, our exclusive investigation. a mother who says breast feeding cost her her job. >> there are many wom have quit their jobs. >> why do so many nursing moms run into trouble when they return to work? do we need a nationwide law to protect them? >> and tonight's break-out. yet another acorn tape has surfa
on wedding day and now police say she was strangled. did one offer the school's own kill annie le? police have a person of interest in custody, then they let him go. and then, president carter's shocking comments on race. >> and overwhelming portion of the intensely demonstrated animosity toward president barack obama is based on the fact that he is a black man. >> larry: could he be right? racism in 2009 america next, on "larry king live." good evening. a couple of things. next monday night in new york, live, president bill clinton will be our special guest. you may have noticed the fancy new table here. we are now in hd every night. good evening, there are major developments in a murder that rocked the yale university campus. let's get right to them with reporter with wstb in new haven, tonight. what's new in this case? >> what's new in this case, he's still not considered a suspect, raymond clark, he's a person of interest, in fact the only person of interest. they had a press conference here, talked about going over 250 pieces of evidence which were not only collected at the crime sce
right now. >>> tonight, inside the mind of the man charged with the murder of yale student annie le. who is raymond clark? what led the law to him? and why does his neighbor get bad vibes? >>> plus, the dna evidence that may seal his fate. you won't believe where police found it. >>> then, she witnessed the abduction of a playmate more than 20 years ago. could the criminal who grabbed her screaming friend and stuffed her in a car be phillip garrido? the hunt for evidence continues as investigators and police dogs sort through piles of filth. in a condemned home of jaycee dugard's accused kidnapper, next on "larry king live." >>> good evening. i'm dr. phil mcgraw, sitting in for larry tonight. now, we begin with the murder at yale and developments in the case against raymond clark, the man charged with murdering grad student annie le. let's get the latest from cnn's randi kaye in new haven, connecticut. randi? >> reporter: dr. phil, we have a lot of new information to share with you tonight. first off, investigators really focused on ray clark after they viewed, i'm told, more than 700 ho
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